UAB to expand UAE network
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, January 20 - 2013 at 04:17
United Arab Bank (UAB) has announced plans to open 10 more branches in the UAE this year to enhance its business growth, Gulf News has reported. "In 2013, UAB will enhance its branch network with 10 more branches planned predominantly in Abu Dhabi and Dubai emirates and with a further 20 off-site ATM's," Tom Smith, executive vice-president and group head of retail banking at Sharjah-based UAB, told the daily. "We will further support our distribution network with an enhanced online banking offering, a new mobile banking offering and enlarged mobile sales force which will further enhance our capacity to bring our innovative product and services to our targeted customer segments," he added.
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